Ever since River City Church started partnering deeply with Project Rescue the last couple of years, the more people ask, “What can I do to help Project Rescue?” Right now, there is a simple path for people of all ages to help support Project Rescue and join the fight against sexual slavery and sex trafficking. It’s called the Project Rescue Freedom Challenge and we need churches around the country to help us meet our goal.
A few generous donors have committed to donate $1 for every mile you walk, jog, run, bike ride, rollerblade, swim, hike or anything else you can think of that’s manually powered. These donors will match up to 75,000 miles which means potentially $75,000 for Project Rescue just by getting out and being active and logging your miles.
The best part is you don’t need to register or secure any sponsors to take part. Project Rescue is asking if churches would share this opportunity so that more people can join the fight against human trafficking. Below are the details of what you need to know:
When is the Freedom Challenge? The Freedom Challenge begins June 20 and runs all summer finishing up September 22. Logging miles anytime during the summer will go towards meeting the goal.
What can I do to log miles? Just about anything, as long as it’s manually powered 🙂 Last year we had people log miles running, walking, biking, swimming, skateboarding, rollerblading, hiking and even jumping on a pogo stick.
Do I need to register? Nope, the best part is all you have to do to log your miles is visit http://takethechallenge.org/ and click where it says “submit my distance.” It’s that simple.
Who can log miles? – ANYONE
Where does the money raised go? The money from this campaign will go towards Project Rescue’s children’s homes!
Follow Project Rescue on social media to hear more updates and stories about how people across the world are making their miles count.
Instagram: @projrescue #FreedomChallenge21